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Kentico Kontent is a Content as a Service system that can replace a legacy CMS. It offers a unified environment for content collaboration, flexible APIs for content management and delivery, and content delivery network and SDKs for building websites and apps with a modern development stack.

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petrsvihlik commented Jan 19, 2018


Sometimes, we receive error reports regarding this sample app. These reports lack detailed information. In some cases, the app just returns 500: Internal Server Error.


Use a simple error logging library such as Serilog to:

  • catch errors in controllers and especially razor views

Make sure that the logging is configurable (verbosity/out

Simply007 commented Dec 31, 2018


When generating a new project based on this starter - the warning is showed up:

warning package-lock.json found. Your project contains lock files generated by tools other than Yarn. It is advised not to mix package managers in order to avoid resolution inconsistencies caused by unsynchronized lock files. To clear this warning, remove package-lock.json.


Simply007 commented Dec 20, 2018


It would be great to have a Continuous pipeline with the tests running for all pull requests.

Proposed solution

  • Choose the testing framework (we are already using Jest it is preferred one).
  • Set up the test infrastructure for test
  • Implement npm script called test that will run all tests
  • Implement one integration test that checks the site renders three articles
petrsvihlik commented Apr 12, 2018


Rendering of rich text elements is a significantly more complex process than that of the ordinary plan text elements. Also, it can be approached in two distinct ways--by writing imperative code to render the rich text content, or by using a templating engine of some sort. One might not grasp the pros and cons of those two approaches at first.


Document how to

JanLenoch commented Feb 6, 2018

Add a capability of dealing with transient network outages via the following retry policy:

  • The retry policy should be enabled by default.
  • The following should be configurable (preferably via the DeliveryOptions class):
    • enable/disable the retry logic (bool)
    • maximum amount of retry attempts (int)
  • If specified, the Delivery client should retry in exponential retry intervals

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